How to save energy in your community building
Bradford Community Energy (BCE) is here to support community run buildings become more sustainable.
If you run, lease or own a community building like a scout hut, village hall, community association building, or even a local church, you’re probably thinking about the rising cost of energy bills and how this is going to impact how your building is used.
Putting the power to change in your hands
The audits will suggest equipment which could be funded via applications to small grants programmes, as well as insulation and other more significant measures.
We hope that its support will improve the economic recovery of Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) organisations by reducing the impact of energy price rises.
The results of the audits will be used to produce an energy performance certificate which will give recommendations on improvements that could be made to save energy and money and reduce a building’s carbon footprint. They will also include illustrative payback periods for different types of energy-saving measures and carbon impact indicators to inform any budget planning